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Finalist

Finalist

Ken Clarry

University of Brighton (PhD , 2020)

Ken lives and works in the UK as a practising artist/photographer and produces multi-disciplinary post digital imagery. He studied photography at UCL, now the University of Westminster, obtaining a distinction, and for an art practice BA Hons degree at the University of the Creative Arts Canterbury.

nain tara

Painter (bachelors in Fine Arts , 2021)

Nain Tara Born in Faisalabad in 1996, never lived there initially as her
family moved to Karachi very soon after that. After completing my
matriculation from Karachi, moved back to Faisalabad and I completed my
Higher Secondary Education from there. Having had an interest in arts since she
was a kid, she determined to pursue this field. To fulfill her dream, she pursued
National College of Arts, as it is one of the oldest and most renowned art
colleges of the sub continent. Her work and ideas are mostly executed on

Freddy Paske

Painter

Freddy Paske is a widely acclaimed wildlife and equestrian artist most commonly known for his work with racehorses. His talents were recognised from an early age and, after a number of years spent serving in the British Army, he committed himself to painting full-time.

Duc Tran

Hue University of Science (Bachelor of Chemistry , 1986)

Duc Tran (Tran Hoang Minh Duc) was born in Hue in 1964. He is a self-taught artist.In 1982, he passed the entrance examination to the Fine Art High School in Hue city with first-rate grade, which earned him a special admission to the Fine Art College of Hue City. However, to obey his parents, he studied chemistry at the University of Hue City and graduated as a chemical engineer. Still passionate about art, he taught himself to paint and cultivated his own style. Since 1987 to 1999 he worked at a hydroelectric plant. This was his most affluent creative period.

Thu Nguyen

California State University Long Beach (BFA , 1993)

I was born in Saigon, Vietnam. In 1975 Saigon fell and in the resulting confusion, I was separated from my parents. I ended up in a refugee camp near Hong Kong for a year prior to immigrating to the United States as an orphan. After getting my art degree, I have since settled down to pursue my art career in Los Angeles, later Seattle, and finally Hawaii. My portraits use elements in traditional Chinese art combine with Eastern European Iconography which I interpreted through a contemporary lens, to explore identity issues.

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